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Recipe of the Week | French Onion Soup

Recipe of the Week | French Onion Soup

This is a very satisfying onion soup recipe. Serve it with or without the French bread and the Gruyere cheese top. The potato peel broth is a separate recipe in itself and is good to make ahead of time for those cold nights or afternoons when you want a tasty homemade soup but don’t have […]

Aïgo Boulido, Garlic Soup for the Soul

Aïgo Boulido, Garlic Soup for the Soul

BY AUDREY LE GOFF Translated from the Provencal dialect as “boiled water,” aïgo boulido is an unassuming broth of garlic and sage, enriched with eggs. But don’t be fooled by its simplicity: “Aïgo bouildo sauvo la vido”—“boiled water saves your life”—as the popular Provençal folk saying goes.  The simple, delicately aromatic soup has long been believed to have powerful curative properties. […]

Recipe of the Week | Vegetable Barley Soup

Recipe of the Week | Vegetable Barley Soup

  This is a hearty vegan soup that is as tasty as it is easy to prepare. Even better than that, barley is a wholesome, highly nutritious grain and is thought to be an excellent food choice for those concerned about type-2 diabetes. It contains essential vitamins (niacin & thiamine) and minerals (iron, magnesium, zinc) […]

Recipe of the Week | Chickpea and Fingerling Potato Soup

Recipe of the Week | Chickpea and Fingerling Potato Soup

Chickpeas, commonly called garbanzo beans, have long been valued for their fiber content and are one of the world’s healthiest foods.  If you like chickpeas, this vegan recipe is for you. It’s a hearty vegan stew that takes advantage of canned chickpeas and quick-cooking fingerling potatoes to make prep quick and easy. The addition of […]

Recipe of the Week | Ravioli and Rosemary Soup

Recipe of the Week | Ravioli and Rosemary Soup

This is a simple soup recipe born one cold day shortly after the Thomas fire. I call it my “healing soup.” I had a few leftover things in the refer (green beans) and fresh rosemary from my herb garden, then I went to the store for the ravioli. The texture of the green beans and […]

Recipe of the Week | Savory Pumpkin Soup

Recipe of the Week | Savory Pumpkin Soup

I make a similar soup with butternut squash. So, one day last year I thought, maybe I could substitute fresh pumpkin for the squash and have an entirely new soup recipe! I experimented until I got the herbs and spices just right and before you could say Bob’s your uncle, Robin and I were enjoying […]

Recipe of the Week | Fabio’s Kitchen: Tomato Minestrone

Recipe of the Week |  Fabio’s Kitchen: Tomato Minestrone

  Fall is HERE ! And that means it’s officially soup season. We’re making a mushroom and vegetable tomato kind of stew – it’s a hybrid between a thick soup and a liquid soup, like a minestrone. Watch the episode by clicking the photo below, where you’ll also be able to view the recipe within […]

Recipe of the Week: Alphabet Soup

Recipe of the Week: Alphabet Soup

From Chef Randy: As a kid, I couldn’t wait for mom to make alphabet soup for Saturday lunch. I looked for pieces of macaroni to spell my name and was usually disappointed that I couldn’t find a “y”. Then, I was disappointed that the soup was no longer hot when I got around to eating […]

Recipe of the Week: Butternut Squash Soup

Recipe of the Week: Butternut Squash Soup

Editor’s Note: Chef Randy’s column regularly runs on Wednesdays.  However, with the upcoming holiday, and all the cooking we’ll be doing, including Chef Randy, we are running this wonderful recipe on Sunday. You’ll have plenty of time to add it to your festive menu for Thanksgiving day.  Chef Randy: What is the difference between a […]

Recipe of the Week: Slower Cooker Navy Bean Soup

Recipe of the Week: Slower Cooker Navy Bean Soup

The navy bean got its current popular name because it was a staple food of the United States Navy in the early 20th century. They are a mild, pea-sized bean that are creamy white in color. Like other common beans, navy beans are one of 13,000 species of the family of legumes, or plants that […]

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